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Hope Springs Eternal

May 2, 2006  A frequent visitor/backpacker to Holland the rest of Western Europe
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Spring in Amsterdam

  • Category: Perfect week or more
  • Traveler type: Culture, Sightseeing, Active/Outdoors, Never been before, Repeat visitors
  • Appeals to: Couples/romantics, Honeymooners, Singles, Families with small children, Families with teenagers, Large groups, Seniors, Students, Budget travelers, Active/adventure, Tourists
  • Seasons: Spring
  • 1. Keukenhof

    What is spring without fresh beginnings? The tulips bloom from March until May at the Keukenhof, the perfect place to revel in spring.

  • 2. Anne Frank Huis

    Hope springs eternal for Anne Frank, who will live forever in history and in our hearts. Visit the house where she wrote most of her famous diary while hiding from the Nazis.

  • 3. Van Gogh Museum

    Vincent Van Gogh brought natural beauty to life with his world-renowned paintings. See them up close and personal at this museum, which also features works by Rembrandt and other Dutch painters.

  • 4. Utrecht

    This beautiful little town springs to life with its own art scene, eateries, shops and bicycle paths through beautiful fields of flowers. A perfect day trip from Amsterdam and a chance to taste the flavors of Holland away from the tourist-centered big city.

  • 5. Breda

    A beautiful, historic town on the Belgian border, Breda has its own distinct flair. Rich architecture, brick-lined strets and a lively night life springs up almost every night.

  • 6. Red Light District

    Not forgetting what makes Amsterdam unique, see what kind of night creatures spring to life in the Red Light District. What would be hidden in the crime-ridden ghettoes in most cities is out in the open in the most tourist-oriented and tourist-friendly part of the city. Not to be missed on a trip to Amsterdam.